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Is Chiropractic Safe During Pregnancy?

In short, YES! We highly encourage getting regular adjustments before, during, and after pregnancy! Now, you may have some questions in regards to prenatal chiropractic care and we are here to answer those for you! Listed below are the most frequently asked pregnancy related questions we get in our office, but if you have any additional questions, please give us a call at 916-625-6395!


FAQ 1: When should you start prenatal chiropractic care? When should you start seeing a chiropractor during pregnancy? The best time to start chiropractic care for pregnancy is before you get pregnant. The second best time to start is right now. The earlier we are able to balance the pelvis and remove stress from the nervous system, the better! Many mamas wish they would have started earlier!

FAQ 2: Is chiropractic ok during pregnancy? Is getting adjusted by a chiropractor safe during pregnancy? Chiropractic care is safe during pregnancy and many mamas actually prefer it to other alternatives. You will want to seek out a Webster’s certified chiropractor because they have the additional training in prenatal chiropractic. Members of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association are preferred due to their training.

FAQ 3: What do prenatal chiropractors do? Prenatal chiropractors will check your pelvis to make sure it is balanced. They will also check your round ligaments along with all of the other ligaments surrounding your pelvis to make sure everything is balanced. This will help create more room for the baby to grow comfortably. Prenatal chiropractors will also be able to help with sciatica, neck pain, mid back pain, and trouble walking during pregnancy.

FAQ 4: Does prenatal chiropractic care help with labor? Studies show that chiropractic care can help mamas before, during, and after pregnancy. Sufficient chiropractic care can help reduce labor pains and delivery times!

FAQ 5: Is getting adjusted by a chiropractor safe during pregnancy? Chiropractic care is safe during pregnancy and many

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